High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Langley (also known as
Langley Marish) is a village in the unitary authority of Slough,
Berkshire in South East England. Langley was transferred from
Buckinghamshire to Berkshire in 1974. The parish church of St Mary
the Virgin is in the parish of Langley Marish in the diocese of
Oxford. The church is a is a Grade I listed building and houses the
Kedermister Library, given by Sir John Kedermister, who also
endowed the surviving almshouses of 1617 in the village. Other
surviving almshouses include the Seymour Almshouses (1679-1688),
given by Sir Edward Seymour who was the Speaker of the House of
Commons, and those founded in 1839 by William Wild in Horsemoor
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